NAB UPDATE - May 2, 2013

Recently, the NAB’s Women’s Ministry Leadership Team met at the International Office in Roseville, CA, for the annual meeting. Below is a short summary of the highlights of the meeting by Moni Nickel. Please pray for the Women’s Leadership Team and for various women’s ministries in churches throughout the NAB.

APRIL 2013

Do you OWN your life,
or are you simply a squatter?


Recently my friend Dan Rockwell (the LeadershipFreak) posted a hosted conversation with Dr. Henry Cloud, who said: “Leaders must own what they either create or allow to exist.”

Poignant thought! I immediately applied that thought to my organization: What is continuing to exist around here that I don’t like? Yes, I thought of a few things. Wow, ultimately I’m the one allowing those to exist. Why?

In the book It’s Not My Fault, Cloud says:

NAB UPDATE - March 21, 2013

Spring Happenings in and around the NAB International Office

Happy Easter! With great anticipation, I journey with you and believers around the world as we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of our victorious Lord and Savior.

For this update, I want to provide you several snippets of happenings in and around the International Office. Please use these items as both informational pieces and prayer prompts.

NAB UPDATE - March 8, 2013

Leadership Development
Leadership development remains a top priority at the NAB. Identifying, coaching, and training the next generation of leaders—whether they are age 22 or 72—will help our churches and mission fields to flourish for the glory of God for decades to come.

Join us for the next Leadership Teleconference on Tuesday, May 7, 2013, starting at 10:00 a.m. (PST). Our next book for discussion is Deep Mentoring: Guiding Others on Their Leadership, authored by Randy Reese and Rob Loane.

The publisher of the book, IVP Press, summarizes the book this way:

God’s Perfect Path

I became Christian in 1985. That was the first time I heard the Gospel. I was born and brought up in a Buddhist family, like most other Vietnamese, 90% of whom are Buddhist.

My story begins around the time of the Vietnam War. My dad traveled to South Vietnam to become a soldier and died when I was just 3 years old. In 1975, when the Communist North took over South Vietnam, they searched for all those who had contact with the GVC (South Vietnamese Government) before the war and imprisoned them in concentration camps. In our case, even with my father dead, the new government confiscated our home and forced us into the mountains away from the city to one of many camps they called New Economic Areas.

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